There is not an ALTER TRIGGER statement in MySQL at this time.


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There is not a MySQL statement, ALTER TRIGGER at this time. Instead, use the MySQL statement, DROP TRIGGER and then the MySQL statement, CREATE TRIGGER again with the new adjusted trigger.